Tag: Middletown

World War I-Era Ordnance Found Along Jersey Shore

By Jay Cook | Over 300 pieces of military-grade ordnance, each no larger than a pocket-sized ChapStick, were recovered along beaches in three Shore towns, and ultimately disposed of safely. The beach...

March 19, 2017 | comments

Restaurant Review: Haldi Chowk

Nothing is more exciting than trying a new food or cuisine with which you have had little or no exposure and discovering you really like it. Such was the experience...

March 16, 2017 | comments

Irish Sports on the Jersey Shore

A Q&A with the Jersey Shore Gaelic Athletic Association By Jay Cook | Mary Beth Glaccum is the founder and chairman of the Jersey Shore Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), one of...

March 14, 2017 | comments

Know The Snow Removal Rules In Your Town

By Elizabeth Wulfhorst | Two River area towns are seeing a lot of snow with this winter storm. It is important for home and small business owners to know their town’s snow removal...

March 14, 2017 | comments

Dreaming Of The Sunny Beach? Towns Are Selling Beach Badges

By Liz Sheehan SEA BRIGHT – A recent spate of surprisingly warm weather may have some local residents looking for ward to summertime, and the local beach. For those who...

March 13, 2017 | comments

Senior Swimmers Put Trinity Hall on the Map

By Jay Cook From its start as a fledgling team back in 2013, the Trinity Hall Monarchs swim team has developed into one of the most feared squads in the...

March 9, 2017 | comments

Brookdale Gives Guidance and Support to Minority Students

By Keith Heumiller | LINCROFT­–­More than a dozen area professionals and community leaders came together to provide career advice, guidance and academic support to local minority students during the third...

March 9, 2017 | comments

Opinion: Power Line Project, NJ Transit Trains Are Dangerous Mix

  By Anthony Cooper | JCP&L’s proposed Monmouth County Reliability Project (MCRP) would install an air-insulated, 230,000 volt transmission line along ten miles of NJ Transit’s high-speed train tracks from Aberdeen...

March 9, 2017 | comments

Top-Seeded Mater Dei Prep Stops Marlboro To Repeat As Shore Conference Champions

By Jim Hintelmann WEST LONG BRANCH – For most of Saturday’s Shore Conference Boys Basketball finals, it seemed as if top-seeded and defending champion Mater Dei Prep would be the...

March 7, 2017 | comments

Middletown Mulls Another Roundabout at Brookdale

By Jay Cook | LINCROFT – Almost a decade after the first roundabout opened outside Brookdale Community College’s main entrance, the township is considering whether a second traffic circle makes...

March 6, 2017 | comments

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